- Vaccine shortage complaints are coming from many places in MP
- Hearing on issues related to Kovid in the High Court on Wednesday
- Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq’s bench told the Center, MP got 1.5 crore doses of vaccine every month
- By the end of September, people of 18+ should get the first dose in the state.
The problem of Vaccine Crisis In MP has started in MP. Every day pictures of stampede are coming out from some vaccination center. A bench of MP High Court Chief Justice Mohammad Rafique, while hearing the hearing, asked the Center to supply enough vaccines to MP so that the population of 18+ gets at least one dose by September. The state needs 1.5 crore doses every month. But in the month of July, MP has got half the dose.
While hearing the issues related to Kovid, the court referred to an affidavit filed by NRHM Director Chhavi Bhardwaj, in which he said that the MP received 37 lakh vaccines from the Center in May, 54 lakh in June and 60 lakh by July 19 which is July. It is likely to increase to 70 lakh by the end of 2014.
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The affidavit said the supply is likely to increase to 10 million by the end of August as manufacturers ramp up production. The affidavit states that MP needs 40 lakh vaccines a week, which means there is a demand for 15 million vaccines every month to achieve the target by the end of September. The court said that in this regard, the court demands from the central government to ensure the supply of vaccines to MP in sufficient quantity keeping in mind the essential demand of 1.5 crore vaccines per month. The court has said that all people of 18+ should get the first dose.
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At the same time, the court took note of the submissions of the lawyers of Indian Medical Association and MP Nursing Home Association, who have said that private hospitals and nursing homes are ready to engage with the MP government without any charges for expediting vaccination. Advocate General Pushpendra Kaurav said that the officials will examine the proposal and inform him about the decision.